So read me maybe…

We’ve probably all enjoyed some version of Carly Rae Jepsen’s song “Call Me Maybe.” (My favorite is probably Cookie Monster’s version.) But thanks to my Pinterest obsession I found this, and with the dedication of some hard-working library science students, we made this bulletin board. Students can scan the QR codes to watch the trailer and then check out the book of the one they like! Fun with a purpose is always a good thing.

 

Holly Frilot, Collins Hill High School

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Posted on September 14, 2012, in Ideas, Technology and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Thank you for posting this great idea! I showed it to my 5th grade media helpers and they love it! They are already coming up with ideas on how they can do something similar. Interestingly though, they asked how they could scan the codes when they are not allowed to bring their devices to school! I just said we’d work on it… 🙂
    Thanks
    Martha Powell
    Roswell North Elementary School

  2. Great display, Holly!

  3. Hi Lora! I am not sure if this is like what you are looking for, but here is one I did this year.

    http://sharingtheshelves.blogspot.com/2012/08/qr-code-library-orientation.html

  4. Collins Hill Media Center

    To make the QR codes I used http://www.qrstuff.com/

  5. I read somewhere where someone did a scavenger hunt with QR codes…..Does anyone know how to do this?

    Lora J Taft, M.S.ED
    Media/Instructional Technology Specialist
    Pine Ridge Elementary
    PH: 706/568-6578
    FAX: 706/562-9576

    Whatever you are……be a good one. Abraham Lincoln

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